This review will cover the bands that I saw on Saturday at Underground Festival; a day that demonstrated the indie genre is very much alive and kicking.
I can’t say I’d heard of Zephyr before this review, but I’m glad I have now. Opening track Familiar Spirit instantly made me think of a hybrid mix of Napoleon, Architects, and While She Sleeps. Beautiful lead guitar work and sweeping synth sections set you on a journey that this EP seems to be.
Adam Elston had a listen to Koshiro’s EP ‘Crown Of Venom’. Read what he thought here…
The Welsh/Oxfordshire quartet Never Found release their hotly anticipated debut EP Sorrow & Cyanide on Halloween. This 4 track EP is a must listen for fans of Bullet for My Valentine and Aiden. Never Found have built a strong fan base through stints supporting artists including Ashestoangels, Fearless Vampire Killers and William Control.
I made a ‘quick’ trip down from Glasgow to Wakefield to this small festival that took place at the Warehouse 23. The festival was in aid of Barnsley and Wakefield Hospice.
Gareth Rooke saw Breath In Silence, Lost Atlanta, As I Was Hunted and Solitude at the Opium in Edinburgh. Here is what he thought of the acts…
Gareth went and saw Early Lanes, Fenrir and Forty Four Hours at The Garage Attic. Here is what the though of the evening…
This six track EP is a must listen to for fans of the post 2011 Fall Out Boy and Mallory Knox. A strong EP from the Ipswich quintet.
Gareth went to Macmillan Festival and saw a whole host of bands such as Lacey, Skarlett Riot, Chasing Cadence, As December Falls, Fearless Vampire Killers and more…
In this installment of our Butserfest review, Brad tells us what he thought of sets by The Xcerts, The One Hundred and Shields.
In the first installment of our Butserfest 2015 reviews, Brad gives his thoughts on the live sets by Dirt, Networks and ZenthetiX.
In this installment of our review of the festival, Brad gives his thoughts on the sets by Jack Howson, Prolong The Agony, Our Hollow Our Home and Ella Davidson at Butserfest 2015.
The lyrics are well written and talk a lot about heartbreak and betrayal but not in the common ways most artists do, providing a welcome difference. A tight EP, that even after several listens, is hard to find flaws on because it is so easy to get lost in.
Ashleigh Carr recently attended Ghostfest 2015 in Bristol. In what could be the last ever installment of this renowned festival, Ash made sure he saw it off in style seeing a whole host of bands. You can read his review of the event here.